In this briefing, Red Hat’s Derek Carr talks us through the recent Kubernetes 1.9 release features and functions and reviews what is in the works for release 1.10. The briefing is a great guide to the 1.9 Release which went out the door at the very end of 2017. The 1.9 release had a strong focus on fixing bugs, maturing existing features to beta or stable. For Kubernetes 1.9, "Stability" is a key feature with an emphasis on refining, polishing, scale, and tightening up production matters.
While it was a shorter release as it came at the end of the year, Release 1.9 had some amazing community contribution stats:
Learn More at the Next OpenShift Commons Gathering in London on Jan 31, 2018!
Red Hatters, CNCF/Kubernetes project leads, community members with production deployments, and numerous other members of the OpenShift Commons will be gathering together in London for the upcoming OpenShift Commons Gathering at the QE II Centre.
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Introduction In Part 1: How to Enable Hardware Accelerators on OpenShift we gave a high-level overview of the Special Resource Operator (SRO) and a detailed view of the workflow on enabling hardware ...